Family Law Lawyers Clarify Intricacies of Divorce in Canada - There are many different details and intricacies a person must know before finally filing for divorce.

Thinking of Divorce? Please read this first. A little bit of cooperation could save you thousands in lawyer/court fees. Money best left in your pocket, right?

In Ontario, there are 3 types of Powers of Attorney (POA). This blog will offer a brief discussion of each.

Know who will handle your finances and health care decisions

Enforceability of contractual limitation periods in insurance policies

An insurance policy covering risks related to the operation of an insured’s business, such as the one McKeown & Wood held with Federated, was found to qualify as a “business agreement” for the purposes of the Limitations Act.

Our mediators bring the experience of having been on both sides of the issue. We pinpoint the parties’ needs and help navigate the parties to a mutually acceptable resolution. As mediators, we remain neutral – but that doesn’t mean we take a passive roll to help find the best resolution for all parties.

Mediation through our mediation services in Toronto is a time-efficient and cost-effective method of dispute resolution which provides a constructive forum for all parties.

To develop a mine, companies often have to spend substantial sums of money before they are in any position to generate any revenue, creating large tax losses. As these companies are not in a position to benefit from their tax deductions, flow-through investing gives the resource companies the ability to pass on their deductions to investors, in exchange for help raising the money necessary to fund their explorations. (click the link for more information)

Reducing Taxes & Helping The Economy – Flow Through Financing Is a Win-Win For Canada

The Federal Court of Appeal recently decided that employers must appoint an unbiased “competent person” to investigate complaints of workplace violence when the complaints cannot be resolved directly with the employee. The exception is when it is plain and obvious that the complaint falls outside the scope of the definition of workplace violence.

Federal Court of Appeal: Employers must appoint a “competent person” to investigate complaints of workplace violence

Toronto area family law attorney John P. Schuman was recently asked the following question: “I came home to notice my wife was recording/spying on me with her laptop though she wasn’t around. I was able to notice because the webcam light was on. Is this a crime?”

Surprise, home buyers. You just might be on hidden camera. Home sellers often use surveillance systems to watch buyers as they tour their abodes.

Following an unpleasant encounter with Toronto’s police force in 2011, Mutaz Elmardy sued the Toronto Policy Services Board and Police Constable Andrew Pak for assault, battery, unlawful arrest and the violation of his rights under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. In the recent decision, Elmardy v. Toronto Police Services Board, the Court found in his favour, awarding over $20,000 in damages.

A man is subject to an unlawful arrest and detention by Toronto police after rudely replying to their questioning during a random stop.

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“One who gives publicity to a matter concerning the private life of another is subject to liability to the other for invasion of the other’s privacy, if the matter publicized or the act of the publication (a) would be highly offensive to a reasonable person, and (b) is not of legitimate concern to the public.”

“One who gives publicity to a matter concerning the private life of another is subject to liability to the other for invasion of the other’s privacy, if the matter publicized or the act of the publication (a) would be highly offensive to a reasonable person, and (b) is not of legitimate concern to the public.”

Duelling Accommodation: How To Balance the Rights of Disabled Service Providers and Disabled Customers - If you believe that you have been discriminated against, or are facing a human rights complaint, call the experienced workplace and human rights lawyers are Devry Smith Frank LLP.

In an effort to lure in potential rides, taxi drivers got together and decided to launch their own app. The hope is that the app will help the drivers remain competitive

Day in the Life of an Articling Student at DSF - Time to set my alarm for another day in the life of an articling student at DSF.

Michael Gangadeen worked with a land group in Pennsylvania negotiating oil/gas leases for drilling.

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